I’m a documentary artist who creates and facilitates stories with audio, photography, video, writing, and my own two ears. Over the last few years, I’ve produced stories on my own and at my home NPR station, Rhode Island Public Radio. Working at Brown University, I created a space for storytelling and social change and ran workshops, events, and an editorial team of students. I’ve also collaborated with friends, producers, and musicians on community storytelling projects like a performance of live audio stories spanning birth to death, and a public “living room” for storytelling on a sidewalk in downtown Providence. Sometimes, I just walk around my neighborhood and talk to strangers.
Pallavi Kottamasu Intern
I first identity as a writer, though I work with text, audio, and photography. After graduating in 2015 with a degree in literature, I spent a year in Spain teaching English, where I discovered my passion for capturing the human voice after listening to a diversity of inflections, accents, and dialects. I’ve found some of my favorite stories in spaces ranging from bathrooms to mosques.
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